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Old 04-18-2007, 07:07 AM   #1
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Does anyone know how long the CTX-D2 takes to discharge a 4200mah pack on the 30A pulse discharge? In other words what is the equivalent linear discharge rate to the 30A pulse discharge?
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Does anyone know how long the CTX-D2 takes to discharge a 4200mah pack on the 30A pulse discharge? In other words what is the equivalent linear discharge rate to the 30A pulse discharge?
Fully charged about 45 to 50 minutes.
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So pretty much the same as the 5A linear then.
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So pretty much the same as the 5A linear then.
I've never discharged a complete pack at 5A linear. I only equalize with linear.
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I just did a couple of new 6 cell 4200's at 30amp pulse and it took between 50min to 1 hr 15min I havent yet done it a 5amp linear
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read it somewhere... the 30A pulse discharge is effectively a 5A linear dischare... pulse 1 sec at 30A then 2 sec rest...
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When I charge a battery pack and then discharge it using the pulse discharge, I get a different IR reading than when I discharge it after a 5 minute race. Is this normal? If so, what reading is the true one?
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IR will never be the same. usually the first use of the day the IR will be higher than the second use.
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also, much more has said the IR is only accurate on a full discharge, not a partial after race one...how can it know what IR you had during the race?
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